|| From: "PETER KELVIN"<email@example.com>
Subject: Your prompt response shall be most appreciated.
Date: Thu 6 May 2010 14 12 05 -0700
75 Drayton Park
London N5 1BU
I am Barrister Peter Kelvin, a partner to Stephen Collins solicitors
and advocate. I am the principle attorney to a late client of mine,
who herein after shall be referred to as my client, Who lived here in
London, he spent all his life herein London but died of cardiac arrest
after hearing of the death of his wife and only daughter at world
trade centre September 11th 2001 in America.
I personally contacted you because you bear the same last name with
him, since I have made several inquiries to locate any of my clients
extended relatives but this proved unsuccessful.
Presently, the Bank where the deceased (my client) had a Deposit
valued at US$32 Million united states dollars issued me a notice to
provide the next-of-kin to my client to receive its benefit or have
the Funds confiscated, so I have contacted you to assist me in
repatriating this benefit left behind by my client before they get
confiscated or declared unserviceable by the Bank. After all these
several unsuccessful attempts, since it is not compulsory that the
next-of-kin must be a blood relation to the deceased, hence I
contacted you because you are from the same country with my late
client, Be informed that a Next-of-kin can be anybody, friends or
To this effect, I now seek your consent to present you to the Bank as
the next of kin of the deceased (my Client) so that the proceeds of
this Deposit valued at US Thirty Two Million united states dollars can
be paid to you and then you and I can share the money; 50% to me and
40% to you, while 10% should be given to any Orphanage Home because
the funds belongs to a dead person.
I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement
that will protect you from any breach of the law. Please get in touch
with me with the below details immediately you acknowledge receipt of
this message. If this business proposal affects your moral values, do
accept my apology but if not, get back to me with the information?s
stated below to enable me file in an application for the funds release
from the bank where it was deposited.
Your prompt response shall be most appreciated.
Peter Kelvin (Esq.)
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